% of main ingredient
70% of Cocoa
Guanaja’s forceful tanginess and its comforting notes of bitter cocoa nibs call and respond like the warm, harmonious tones of woodwind instruments intermingling with celebratory song and the gentle rhythm of a percussion section.
Flavor Profile Balanced
Secondary Notes Grilled
Hint of BitterProduct Information
In 1986, Valrhona created the world’s most bitter chocolate, instantly setting a new benchmark for the industry. To create Guanaja’s unique flavor, Valrhona formulated a complex blend of the aromatic profiles found in classic cocoas from Trinidad, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Madagascar. The name Guanaja is a tribute to the first cocoa beans given to the first explorers who landed on Guanaja Island in 1502.
Ice creams & sorbets
Coating – Moulding – Bars – Cream mix & Ganache
70% of Cocoa
Cocoa 70% (min), Sugar 28%, Fat 42%
250g bean bag Guanaja - 31215
1kg bean bag Guanaja - 12386
Possible presence of nuts.
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